Tag Archives: freedom from sin

Free To Admit A Wrong

Why is it sometimes so hard to say “I was wrong?” This past Sunday I got offended by what someone said to me. I overreacted and lashed out with harsh words. My fuming about the disrespect shown consumed me. All … Continue reading

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Freedom from Demanding My Own Way

On this day 35 years ago I left my husband. We were on our honeymoon walking down the street in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  “Don’t you think it’s time we stopped for dinner?” I asked. I was an eat-meals-at-prescribed-times person at that phase in my life, and growing up our family ate dinner … Continue reading

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Freedom from Negative Self Talk

“She hasn’t listened to them because she doesn’t care about me or my  songs.” “I’m a horrible songwriter. Why did I ever think to send them to her?” This negative self talk bombarded my mind recently as I waited to hear back from my … Continue reading

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Freedom from Codependency

Today is my older daughter’s 30th birthday. It seems like a good day to reflect on the bondage of codependency–something I’ve dealt with her whole life and even before she was born. I went to my older edition of Webster’s to find a definition for … Continue reading

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